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I am question happy today apparently...sheesh.

So I'm wondering what ya'll use for makeup remover. I keep seeing this at the store and considering buying it (Maybelline Oil Free eye makeup remover)

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Here's the ingredients:

Water, Propylene Glycol, Polysorbate-20, Boric Acid, Sodium Trideceth Sulfate, Disodium Lauroamphodiacetate, Hexylene Glycol, Isopropyl Alcohol, Phenylethyl Alcohol, Chlorhexidine Digluconate

The sodium sulfate and Propylene Glycol make me nervous - but then again its just for eyes...oh boy but I see isopropyl alcohol ...that could sting real bad :(

Some people on here use baby oil, what do you use?

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Does anybody know if baby oil will break you out? I use to use olive oil but my mom is a cheap-o and said that olive oil is too expensive for me to use. And my colorstay does not completely come off with just washing, and I think I've been sleeping with some still on my face and I'm starting to break out. :wacko:

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Does anybody know if baby oil will break you out? I use to use olive oil but my mom is a cheap-o and said that olive oil is too expensive for me to use. And my colorstay does not completely come off with just washing, and I think I've been sleeping with some still on my face and I'm starting to break out. :wacko:

baby oil is just mineral oil with fragrance. Mineral oil is supposedly non-comedogenic.

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Does anybody know if baby oil will break you out? I use to use olive oil but my mom is a cheap-o and said that olive oil is too expensive for me to use. And my colorstay does not completely come off with just washing, and I think I've been sleeping with some still on my face and I'm starting to break out. :wacko:

baby oil is just mineral oil with fragrance. Mineral oil is supposedly non-comedogenic.

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I am question happy today apparently...sheesh.

So I'm wondering what ya'll use for makeup remover. I keep seeing this at the store and considering buying it (Maybelline Oil Free eye makeup remover)

post-54098-1172679085_thumb.jpg

Here's the ingredients:

Water, Propylene Glycol, Polysorbate-20, Boric Acid, Sodium Trideceth Sulfate, Disodium Lauroamphodiacetate, Hexylene Glycol, Isopropyl Alcohol, Phenylethyl Alcohol, Chlorhexidine Digluconate

The sodium sulfate and Propylene Glycol make me nervous - but then again its just for eyes...oh boy but I see isopropyl alcohol ...that could sting real bad :(

Some people on here use baby oil, what do you use?

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Guest Mumblesorusjen

just use your moisturizer or vasaline. no special product needed

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Guest Mumblesorusjen
just use your moisturizer or vasaline. no special product needed

Vaseline clogged my pores. :doubt:

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I still say cold cream is the best; it is a classic.

Does it give you milia though? I'm paranoid of that. I'm prone to them.

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I use pond's. I have never had a problem with it clogging my pores. Just remember to wash to oily film off that it can leave behind with facial cleanser and you should be okay :angel:

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